Six things which You have to learn from Graduation
As we know that Graduating from college are big deal and in that time period, we faced my problems or many good things which are very helpful for our present and future life. Many candidates they do not have the opportunity to come to college and some don’t make it to graduation day. However, graduating is terrifying. In the three or four years you enjoy more with a safety and in the Graduating quickly rips that safety net away, and you have to go into the real world with no training wheels to guide you.
So, here we are described few things which I learn from my Graduation time and I hope those things are very helpful for those candidates who are coming to complete your graduation.
Know the Role of Professor in My life:
Without the professors I have had over the past four years, I would not be the person I am today. They have guided me to a profession that I believe I will one day be successful in. They have molded me into a strong, confident individual. I owe my professors everything, and because of that, if you are just about to start college, make sure you thank your professors often. Though college is a mountain to climb, professors are ones who guide you up.
College Friends are your forever friends:
In high school, you befriend those who take similar classes to you or who joined the same sport or club as you. In college, it is different. While you will make friends with people in your classes, you choose whom you spend your time with. And spend as much time with them as you can. Graduation approaches quickly, and you don’t want to be caught trying to make up for lost time in the last few days of your college career.
To save the Money:
As graduation quickly approaches, I am also noticing that my bank account isn’t looking the way it needs to in order to afford paying off student loans, rent, my car note, my cell phone bill and everything else that comes along with adulting. Yes, you should splurge on those few nights for memories with your friends, but “treat yo’ self” should not be a phrase often used in college.
Planners keep you sane.
College involves a lot of homework. No, it’s not the worksheet-type homework you get in high school, but it is papers, projects, responses and more. Under high-stress situations, your mind tends to have trouble remembering things. Keeping a planner allows you to write down the things you need to do, so you don’t forget them.
Always use Murphy Law:
Anything that can go wrong will go wrong. So always be prepared. Have backups to your backups. You have no idea how many times files were lost or a book didn’t get shipped in time. Things happen, and rather than freaking out and giving up, just make sure you have a backup. Even if you don’t, pick yourself up and get stuff done, because to get through college, you are going to have to work. It is going to be hard, but you can do it.
College is a time to learn and make memories. It’s about finding out who you are and who you want to be. I learned so much during my time in college, and while I did learn a lot, I know that there are so many more opportunities out there for me to learn. And I can’t wait to learn them.